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Double Take: Ecco Jr.

Double Take: Ecco Jr.

Though Ecco the Dolphin is one of the most beloved franchises on the Genesis, the third game to appear that console isn’t particularly well-known. Ecco Jr. was released as part of Sega’s Kids Club line, and it was meant for younger audiences. This meant a lot of older gamers passed it by. Should they have? Read on and see.

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Double Take: Crusader of Centy/Soleil

Double Take: Crusader of Centy/Soleil

The Genesis is home to many wonderful RPGs of all types, including a beloved Zelda clone called Crusader of Centy. Many of the consoles owners actually played this version before any Zelda game, and the overall quality of the adventure and its great presentation left an indelible impression on them. Join us as we revisit this 16-bit classic!

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Double Take: Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master

Double Take: Shinobi III: Return of the Ninja Master

The Shinobi series on the Genesis is widely regarded as some of the best action titles ever made, and they definitely stand the test of time. Joe Musashi’s third outing is a fan favorite, with its stunning graphics and intense action, and it’s definitely one 16-bit title worth taking another look at.

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Double Take: Blackthorne

Double Take: Blackthorne

Blizzard’s Blackthorne is a popular action title that’s seen release on several platforms, and its combination of puzzle-solving, combat, and platforming has made it a classic among fans of similar titles, like Out of This World and Flashback. The 32X version has slowly crept up in price, becoming a real collector’s item, but is it for all the right reasons?

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Double Take: Super Thunder Blade

Double Take: Super Thunder Blade

The subject of perhaps the most controversial review on Sega-16, Super Thunder Blade is a game that people tend to hate. But is it really as bad as many believe? Staff writer Sebastian Sponsel takes another look at the much-maligned port and sees if there’s any truth to the controversy.

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